Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling 2014


This Riesling is a blend from Columbia Valley in Washington, it is refreshing and flavorful.

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The Good Stuff

The flavors are simple but still satisfying and balanced. Not an overly sweet wine.

This Riesling has a good amount of acidity on the finish.

The Bad Stuff

Many customers say that it’s not a luxury Riesling, but for the price it’s the best one they’ve had.

If you love white wines, give this one a try and let us know what you think!

Wine Critics

“This wine is immediate in its appeal with aromas of lime leaf, flowers and peach. It drinks off dry with a zing of acidity that beautifully frames the full-fruit flavors.” – Sean Sullivan

“I really enjoy wines from this vineyard. So far Chateau Ste. Michelle hasn’t done me wrong and their Reisling is no exception. Nice light fruit flavors with a medium mouthfeel that keeps it from just feeling like water without have a lingering sensation on your tongue. Instead you get a nice taste of the apple and mineral flavors which then just leave, making it an exceptionally refreshing wine to drink and able to pair with a lot of foods. I tried it with a salmon filet with lemon juice and some jalapeño salt, fresh green beans with some water chesnuts and a little white cooking wine.” – Derek Bryant

Additional information

Flavor Profile

This Columbia Valley Riesling from Chateau Ste. Michelle in Washington has aromas of apple, cinnamon, and mineral notes. that create a well balanced rich and creamy white wine. With the perfect tangy acidity to refresh your palate, you will find it hard to put your glass down.

Wine Pairings

This white wine pairs well with any recipe for chicken, mild cheeses, salmon, tuna, fresh fruit or crab. We found a great recipe on for a crab meat stuffed chicken breast which is delicious and goes great with the sweet yet acidic flavor of this wine.


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